Question about 1998 GMC Safari
I read online that there is a wire to bypass the normal fuel pump wiring, fuse and relay. So I went to look under the hood to find said magic wire to see if my fuel pump is dead or something else is the issue. Well all I can find is the two wires that connect to the fuse block that say Aux A and Aux B..... am I missing something or is one of these it? Is this wire I am looking for only in the cargo van and not passenger or does it not exist at all? I read it was a 12 guage red wire with eyelet crimped on the end not hooked up to anything....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel pump does not work,
under the hood in the black main relay and fuse box.look for fuel pump relay.the relays most likely bad. or a loose wire to the fuel pump.has it been wrecked? have to ask yourself alot of questions when you bypass the pump straight to battery and it works. start with simplelest 1st. check main fuse relay and fuse panel 1st.then go to wiring harness that goes to the pump. thank you for choosing fixya.com.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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